1- In the Middle Ages, art generally consisted of religious imagery.
2- Musical theorists of the Middle Ages worked hard to develop an adequate musical notation.
3- Much of the popular, non-religious music of Europe during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance was written for soloists rather than for a chorus.
4- The museum has a number of rare manuscripts from the Middle Ages.
5- Most Christian chant began in the Middle Ages, but it has been kept alive since that time, if often in corrupt versions.
6- verticalAndré Maurois once said that we owe to the Middle Ages the two worst inventions of humanity - gunpowder and romantic love.
7- In the Middle Ages, people were tortured by being put on a metal rack, and stretched until their limbs were torn from their bodies.
8- During the Middle Ages, the city of York became the commercial capital of the north of England.
9- In the Middle Ages, milk was still popular as a medicine.
10- In the Middle Ages, English soldiers believed that an army attacking a castle could invoke supernatural forces to their aid if they marched counter-clockwise around the castle walls.
11- In the Middle Ages, towns in Europe had soccer games which were competed using teams of up to a hundred players, with the goals a half-mile or so apart.
12- In the Middle Ages, the tiny nation of Switzerland grew quite rich on the spoils of war.
13- During the Middle Ages, onions were prescribed to treat headaches, snakebites, and hair loss.
14- To the best of my knowledge, the cathedral dates back to the Middle Ages.
15- André Maurois once said that we owe to the Middle Ages the two worst inventions of humanity - gunpowder and romantic love.
16- In England in the Middle Ages, whole towns played football on certain holidays, sometimes with as many as players at one time.
17- André Maurois once said that we owe to the Middle Ages the two worst inventions of humanity, gun powder and romantic love.
18- In the Middle Ages, many people thought that the stars were beams of light shining through holes in the floor of heaven.
19- During the Middle Ages, wine or beer was mixed with eggs, bread, sugar, and spices, and was used to soothe and heal the ill.
20- In the Middle Ages, disease was used as a weapon of war against besieged cities.
21- sighUntil the Middle Ages, passports were given only to the privileged rich.
22- Murdering a travelling musician was not considered a serious crime during the Middle Ages.
23- The custom of serving a slice of lemon with fish dates back to the Middle Ages, when it was believed that if a person accidentally swallowed a fish bone, the lemon juice would dissolve it.
24- Beer and wine were valued as important food sources in the Middle Ages in Europe.
25- Studies of the surviving specimens of Ancient Greek music suggest that it resembled the music of the early Middle Ages.
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